The Scott Central Rebels completed a championship season for the ages this past Saturday night with a 21-7 victory over unbeaten and defending state champions Taylorsville at M.M.
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We are sorry to learn of the death of Mrs. Linda Sessums, a long time florist, who designed and decorated floral arrangements at Petals. She transitioned Friday, November 9th and was memorialized Monday, November 12th. Our prayers are with her family.
3 BR/2 BA for rent with all appliances. No pets. References and deposit required. Call 601-469-1164.
For Rent. 2 bedroom, 2 bath trailer. 542 Wash Dr., Forest, MS. Deposit and first month's rent required to move in. References and employment required. 601-527-5160 or 601-527-0220.
169 E 3rd
Forest, MS 39074
Living Room Suits on sale for $79.99 month. Bed Room Suits $49.99 month. (Mattress sold separately). Washer & Dryer set $69.99. Free Delivery. 10% off Vape Juice at the Vape Shop
Industry-leading defense contractor Raytheon broke ground on its new radar production facility in Forest last week. The project, announced in May, is a $100-million corporate investment, which will create dozens of jobs at Raytheon’s Forest campus over the next five years.
After more than a year of campaigning, debates and politicking, the citizens of the United States and Scott County have spoken. The voices of an estimated record 113 million voters were heard nationwide during the 2018 midterm election held November 6. After all is said and done the Democrats will have taken control of the U.S.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner the preparations for the holiday season are well underway and Creative Christmas will kick off the season tomorrow.
City of Morton Mayor Gerald Keeton announced the approval of a Mississippi Development Authority Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $444,658 for Morton.
Forest Baptist Church, Forest United Methodist Church, Forest Presbyterian Church, Embrace, Hillcrest Independent Methodist Church, and Little Rock Missionary Baptist Church will come together for a Community Thanksgiving Service this Sunday, Nov. 18 at 6:00 p.m. at Forest Baptist Church
You know it’s going to be a good day when the front doorbell rings at the office and you hear a big booming voice proclaim, “where’s the turnip man?” That means Mrs. Martha Reed has come to town and has more likely than not brought along a mess of fresh greens, with some nice size turnips attached.